The word “pride” immediately conjures images of inflated egos, fools, and complete narcissists. Often it is mistaken as vanity or a self inflated ego and is commonly referred to as “the root of all evil” in some philosophical and religious beliefs. It’s difficult to express pride of the self without actually having a good sense of self acceptance and being able to differentiate between inflated egos and undervalued sense of self.
I’ve put some thought into this post as, like anyone else, I don’t want to come across as egotistical or narcissistic although when I do reflect in the topic I’ve done things that I have every right to be proud of, even if it does mean I’m gloating a bit!
This post is more than likely a bit belated, considering it is now February! Unfortunately I am signed off work at the moment and therefore shall be getting back in touch with my blog and intend to have more posts ready throughout the next 4 weeks that I’ll be stuck in the house!
Cosmic ordering is, simply, defined as an extreme form of positive thinking. As it stands, though, within the spiritual community their are numerous variations of defining what cosmic ordering is. It all boils down to positive thinking, either way. The phrase was first coined by Bärbel Mohr – who became wildly known for her books on the topic as well as holding lectures. Despite dying from cancer in 2010 there is still a staunch following of cosmic ordering which nowadays is often referred to as the law of attraction.